Old East Village lies just east of downtown London, Ontario. It is bordered to the north by the CP rail yard at Central Ave, to the west by Adelaide Street, to the south by the CN rail lines at York St and to the east by Ashland Ave on the north side of Dundas St. and the CN/CP feeder lines at Kelloggs on the south side of Dundas St. The Old East Village Community Association (OEVCA) was formed in January of 2003.

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Great turn out at the OEVCA AGM!  The board has grown and there is a lot of energy and enthusiasm about programs and initiatives happening in our community. We should all be very proud to call Old East Village home!

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Mark your Calendar - OEV Annual General Meeting & Lorne Ave PS ARC

Remember the Boyle Activity Council bbq? The block party on Princess? The biggest Old East yard sale yet? What a great summer we’ve had here in the Village!
It's time now to put that warm glow to good use at a pair of important events coming up in September.
First is the annual general meeting of the Old East Village Community Association at 7 pm on Tuesday, September 11 at Lorne Avenue Public School.
This is where you can help choose the new president who’ll lead the association through at least the next two years. The positions of treasurer and two of the four directors-at-large are also up for election. Memberships and nominations will be accepted at the meeting.
Come out to meet your neighbours, hear what’s happening in our community, share your views in the discussion and help map out the road ahead.
Second, is the meeting of the Accommodation Review Committee that’s looking at the future of Lorne Ave and three other central London schools. It takes place at 6:30 pm on Thursday, September 20 at St. George’s Public School, 782 Waterloo Street.
As many people as possible need to take advantage of the chance to address this meeting, to make sure the committee really gets all the reasons Lorne Ave must not be closed. If you’d like to be one of them, make your request to speak on the form posted at The deadline for requests is September 10.
Even if you don’t speak, it’s important to turn out to show your support for those who do. Lorne Ave needs the whole community behind it.
Keeping Old East the great neighbourhood it is and making it better isn’t a job for just a few people. Everyone who lives, works or plays here can play a part, and one way to do so is to turn out for these two meetings.
Link to Fall 2012 Newsletter